We calculated the average score per item first and then the average score per determinant

We calculated the average score per item first and then the average score per determinant (hypothesis). An average score above 30 points meant that the average student agreed with the statements, and thus, accepted the hypothesis. On the contrary, hypotheses were rejected when the average score was lower than 30 points. At 30 points the students expressed that they had no opinion or were neutral on the matter. These scores were also used to draw conclusions about the point of view, the sentiments, and the notion of the average respondent on the intention to cyber slack. After the survey 4 participants were removed, due to the unreliable pattern of their responses (see: Appendix D), which left us with the results of 44 students. The intention to cyber slack in the classroom was predicted by the attitude (32 points), the subjective norm (31 points), the descriptive norm (37 points) and perceived behavior control (34 points)

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